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    Cafe 1135AD: Delicious meal inside the Amber Fort

    by Herkbert Written Nov 15, 2014

    Located within the walls of the Amber Fort is a restaurant call Cafe 1135AD. We had a very good meal in beautiful surroundings.

    Since we were part of a group, the meal was an Indian Buffet with quite a few choices. Everything that we had was delicious and our group was quite satisfied overall.

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    Lakshmi Mishtan Bhandar: Local food in style

    by vpas Written Apr 29, 2012

    Thsi is situated in Jhaveri bazaar and serves good local food. There is a fine dining section as well as a casual section. This serves chats, sweets and savouries. You can even pack home short eats and savouries.

    Favorite Dish: We had Kair sangri, rajmah and missi roti. All good. You could ask them to make it with less oil or spice if you wish so. The chats are also very good here. The lassi is famous too.

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    Kanha multi cuisine restaurant/sweet shop n bakery: Clean and safe place to eat local food

    by vpas Written Apr 28, 2012

    This is a chain of restaurants all over Jaipur and worth a visit. Very clean place. Fixed menu. Has a very standard decor that is nice.

    Favorite Dish: My son had chola bhatura which was very tasty and not oily. I had idly since I wanted something non oily. Idly was not good since it is a south Indian dish and can't be expected to be good in north India,
    We also got some sweets and roasted and spiced nuts to carry home and they were very good.

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    Jai Hind: The most authentic no frills place

    by vpas Written Apr 28, 2012

    This place is most famous for its Lassis and sherbets and kachoris and samosas. It's a very simple place but clean. Always crowded and typically local mid range surroundings,

    Favorite Dish: I had sweet lassi without malai, while my dear VT friend Anil(Bal Gopal) and his friend had sweet lassi with malai, my son had salt lassi and kachori -- all excellent in taste.
    The Lassis are about Rs.15 to 17 while the kachoris are Rs.10
    A must must visit.

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    Peacock, the Restaurant!: Delicious food that are reasonably priced

    by monina_c Updated Feb 5, 2012

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    It's a themed restaurant. The chairs are wood carved with peacock motif. The napkins are folded like peacocks. :) Nothing outre though. The food is reasonably priced and very tasty and enough for sharing (if you are not a big eater). The whole restaurant is clean and always filled to capacity - mostly tourists.

    I must warn you that this restaurant is suited to slow eating -- you better not go there when you are in the verge of starvation! :)

    Favorite Dish: cheese nan, mutton dishes and their chicken marinated in yogurt. i like the fact that they serve sugar crystals and anise seed as after meal mouth deodorant. Hehehehe. Very effective.

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  • LMB: If you want good ambience but no good food

    by Subbaraoks Written Oct 23, 2011

    LMB HOTEL, Johari Bazar, Jaipur - 302003, Tel : 2565844, 2578845, 2565846/47, 4001616, E-mail : info@hotellmb.com
    Rajasthan Thali costs Rs. 360. More of show. Food offered was not worth it. If you wish to pay just for ambience, then it is fine. Preferential treatment to foreigners. Charge more than 300% label price for mineral water. Totally dissatisfied with the food and service

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  • Dasaprakash, MI Road, Jaipur: South Indian Restaurant

    by Subbaraoks Written Oct 23, 2011

    Dasa Prakash (No.5, Kamal Mansion, A C Market, Opp Vip Showroom, MI Road, Jaipur-302001)
    Offers South Indian and North Indian Food. Idlis and Dosas are good. Vada is not good. Opens at 9 a.m. Prices are affordable.

    Favorite Dish: Idlis, Dosas

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    Restaurant at Evergreen Guest House: Great food!

    by Willettsworld Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    I stayed at the Evergreen Guest House whilst in Jaipur and it has a great restaurant inside as well as some chairs and tables on an outside terrace which catches the sun. I stayed here over Christmas and remember having a nice slice of apple pie with ice cream in the afternoon whilst basking in the sunlight. Far cry from back home! The restaurant serves very good food and, in fact, I ate here a few times as it was so good and very well priced. They serve the normal Indian and Chinese affair plus pasta, pizza's, chicken fillets/steaks, lasagne and some good deserts.

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    Anokhi Café

    by MalenaN Written Nov 19, 2010

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    Next to the Anokhi Shop is the Anokhi Café. It is a café serving fresh organic food and snacks. Many of the products are grown on the Anokhi Farm. On the menu you can find meals, salads, sandwiches, cakes, biscuits, fresh fruit juices , coffee and tea. I only had a hot chocolate (Rs 63 in August 2010) as I had had a late lunch and was eating later, back at the hotel. It was nice though to sit down for a while in comfortable chairs and rest after a day with much walking.

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    Peacock Rooftop Restaurant

    by MalenaN Updated Nov 17, 2010

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    Peacock Rooftop Restaurant is the restaurant at Hotel Pearl Palace. It is a very nice place to sit in and relax and the view over Jaipur is good. When I first arrived it was in the middle of the afternoon and I came here to wait for my room to be ready. It was busy with people eating lunch. There was one thing I did not like and that was the noisy big fans. Fortunately they were not used other times I visited.
    On the menu you can find pizza and past, Indian food and Chinese food. There is also a good breakfast menu, but the service in the morning was quite slow.

    This is what I paid in August 2010:
    Chicken pizza and coca-cola Rs 121
    Fruit salad, stuffed nan, yoghurt Rs 131
    Coffee pot, butter toast, fruit salad Rs 142
    Paneer pansanda and rice Rs 147
    Butter toast, omelette, coffee pot, banana lassi Rs 152
    French fries, mixed fruit drink Rs 95
    Coffee pot, French toast, mixed fruit drink Rs 126
    Large Kingfisher beer Rs 160

    At the hotel and restaurant it is advised not to tip individually. There is a tip box in the reception and the tip is divided equally among the staff.

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    The Rajput Room & Verandah Café: Dining at Rambagh Palace

    by MM212 Updated Oct 23, 2010

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    If your pockets are not deep enough to enjoy a full stay at the Rambagh Palace Hotel, then do as I did and consider having lunch or dinner at the Rajput Room. The restaurant is located within the hotel in a stunning hall, with carved marble walls and multi-lobed arches, overlooking the beautiful Mughal-style gardens. If the weather is nice, then the Verandah Café is also a nice option. Both restaurants serve the same menu consisting of Indian and Italian cuisines. I enjoyed lunching here on my first day in Jaipur that I returned a second time on my third day (tried a different cuisine each time). While the meal was more expensive than average in Jaipur, it was not unaffordable for the western tourist. It was definitely an enjoyable way to admire the exquisite Rambagh Palace hotel.

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    Kebab Shop: Dining at Raj Palace Hotel

    by MM212 Updated Oct 1, 2010

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    Located on the terrace of the beautiful Raj Palace hotel, Kebab Shop offers Kebab and more of the Indian flavours. Lunching here is a great way to see the luxurious Raj Palace Hotel, which is set in a former royal palace. The hotel is less opulent than Rambagh Palace or even Jai Mahal, but still luxurious.

    Raj Palace Hotel Inner courtyard Colourful decorations
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    Gayatri's Multi-Cusine in Jaipur: Gayatri's Multi-Cusine

    by georeiser Written May 19, 2010

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    Restaurant Gayatri's Multi-Cusine in Jaipur downtown is recommended by Lonely Planet. I agree on the recommandation. The food is cheap and good.
    The place was a bit locked up, so I asked the staff to open the main door to get some fresh air. No problem!

    Favorite Dish: Indian vegetarian food

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  • DMB RESTAURANT: VERY GOOD FOOD JOINT IN JAIPUR

    by ravishah31 Written Mar 18, 2009

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    ITS A VERY GOOD RESTAURANT FOR THOSE WHO LOOKS VEGETARIAN FOOD WITH HYGIENE. ITS A MULTI CUISINE RESTAURANT. OFF COURSE FOOD IS VERY GOOD. I BEEN HERE AFTER GOING THROUGH THE ONLINE REVIEW WRITTEN BY SOMEONE ELSE. AFTER BEEN HERE I REALLY ENJOYED THE FOOD. AMBIANCE IS GOOD. DUE TO BACKWARD INTEGRATION THEY USE GOOD QUALITY OF INGREDIENTS. ONE SHOULD TRY THERE DMB SPL THALI, SHAKES, SOUTH INDIAN IS ALSO GOOD. WHENEVER I VISIT JAIPUR SPECIALLY I TAKE SWEETS FROM DOODH MISTHAN BHANDAR, THERE ANOTHER OUTLET SPECIALISED IN INDIAN SWEETS, FARSAN. DMB RESTAURANT IS HARDLY 2 KM FAR FROM RAILWAY STATION AND 1.5 KM FROM BUS STAND. NEAR BY YOU WILL EASILY FIND BUDGET HOTELS.

    Favorite Dish: DMB SPECIAL THALI, RAWA MASALA DOSA, ITALIAN THICK KAJU ANJEER SHAKE, ETC.

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    Kanha: Eat. set, go!!

    by abi_maha Written Jan 9, 2009

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    If you are just looking for an Indian Fast Food joint then this is the place to head too. Even the sweets here are awesome, some of the best I have had in my life!!

    Favorite Dish: Poha & Jalebi; Channa Batura- not at all an oily affair here

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